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    UK - Ancient bones in recent grave mystery puzzles Stanstead Abbotts

    Hertfordshire Mercury:

    Mysterious Stanstead Abbotts grave: Bones found in burial site are 'ancient'

    The mysterious bones discovered in an unmarked grave in an East Herts churchyard are 'ancient', according to police.

    Police forensic officers had spent two days investigating the burial site.

    A local resident had raised concerns about the site on Monday (April 3), which was believed to have appeared at the Old Church of St James in Stanstead Abbotts in September.
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    Chief inspector Gerry McDonald said: "As a result of the appeal my team have now received information which could identify the grave."
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    I love these kind of stories/mysteries.

    wfgodot,have you watched any of the Secrets of the Dead episodes?I absolutely love watching them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaticFringe View Post
    I love these kind of stories/mysteries.

    wfgodot,have you watched any of the Secrets of the Dead episodes?I absolutely love watching them.
    Never have but certainly shall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfgodot View Post
    Never have but certainly shall.
    I should have provided more info.It's on PBS.You can watch episodes online.

    P.S.You are still my favorite poster here.

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    Confused by the use of decades and ancient. Jmo


    Quote Originally Posted by wfgodot View Post
    Hertfordshire Mercury:

    Mysterious Stanstead Abbotts grave: Bones found in burial site are 'ancient'


    the rest at the link above
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    It's my opinion if no link provided.


    Misspellings due to fat fingers

    Words matter.

    You don't know what you don't know.

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    [bbm]

    I agree.

    I recently returned after a hiatus and was happy to see wfgodot still posting interesting stories!

    Quote Originally Posted by LunaticFringe View Post
    I should have provided more info.It's on PBS.You can watch episodes online.

    P.S.You are still my favorite poster here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elley Mae View Post
    Confused by the use of decades and ancient. Jmo
    The bones are much older than the grave site in which they were interred, evidently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyL View Post
    [bbm]

    I agree.

    I recently returned after a hiatus and was happy to see wfgodot still posting interesting stories!
    Thank you, and welcome back.

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    Hertfordshire Mercury:

    The unidentified Stanstead Abbotts grave was for baby who died in her cot

    Long article at link. And so much for the "ancient bones."




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